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The majestic red gums have always appealed to Australians. This river red gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) near Wilpena Pound, South Australia, was made famous by the photographer Harold Cazneaux who took a picture of it, with the walls of Wilpena Pound as background, in May 1937. He regarded it as his most Australian picture and called […]

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